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    AFTERNOON WORKSHOP - 8 DECEMBER 2016 - MACCLESFIELD

    Publishing, medical writing and authorship: Is more transparency needed?

    This was another successful workshop, supported by Prime Global and Dove Medical Press, and once again we attracted a full house for a valuable afternoon's programme chaired by John Gonzalez. As usual the meeting not only served as a valuable educational opportunity but allowed plenty of time for networking with colleagues from across the MedComms business.

    Date: 8 December 2016

    Venue: The Tytherington Club, Dorchester Way, Tytherington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 2JP [DIRECTIONS]

    13.00 Registration and buffet lunch

    14.00 Welcome and Chairman's Introduction - John Gonzalez, Independent

  • Presentation from Jackie Marchington of Caudex, on definitions and misconceptions.
  • [DOWNLOAD JACKIE'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

  • Publisher perspective presentation by Sandra Le of Dove Press showing some of the discrepancies of approach from journals and how the ICMJE criteria restrict the inclusion of the writer on the byline.
  • [DOWNLOAD SANDRA'S PRESENTATION - PDF]

    15.15 - 15.45 Afternoon tea

    Panel session moderated by John Gonzalez, Independent, to cover some of the issues covered by Alastair Matheson in his recent article in The BMJ, Ghostwriting: the importance of definition and its place in contemporary drug marketing, and to look to the future about what else can be done.

    Panel members:

    Jackie Marchington, Caudex
    Sandra Le, Dove Press
    Valerie Moss, Prime Global
    Beverley Greenway, Independent

    A short Christmas quiz looking at interesting issues in publishing over the past year.

    17.30 End of formal session

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    WHAT ELSE?

    This meeting is free to attend thanks to the generosity of the event sponsors, Dove Press and Prime Global.

    Dove Press

    Prime Global

    Companies
    attending
    included:

    Adis
    Ashfield Healthcare Communications
    AstraZeneca
    A Tree of Life Sciences
    BioCell Translations
    Bioscript Group
    Carrot Pharma
    Complete HealthVizion
    Complete Medical Communications
    Complete Medical Group
    Envision Pharma Group
    Fishawack Communications
    Helios Medical Communications
    inScience Communications
    NetworkPharma Ltd Reprints Plus
    Scriva Medical Communications
    St Gilesmedical
    Watermeadow Medical


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